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I'en Olo'eyktan:
Ive gone and taken notes on pretty much everything in the handbook and have looked at the grammar stuff a bit. So now I'm wondering... What is a good way to go about learning the stuff. I've talked to a couple of my friends how they were taught languages in school and I've gotten replies saying I should memorize all the Prefixes, Suffixes, Infixes, verb cases... stuff like that all before I even begin to try forming sentences. I partly agree, but I thing i should also use Na'vi words i know in conversation with friends or something and work on the vocabulary as well.

I'm just wondering if anyone has what they believe to be a good way to go about learning the basics of this language and start forming sentences, I'm not a very good self-teacher

Irayo! Consideration is much appreciated!

txum tukru:
check other topics in this section, a couple of people have already asked this.

Tskxäozì Ewaoe:
Skype chat is probably the best method.
You get most out of stuff from practical use.

Srereu Aynantanghu:
start with pronounciation, make sure you know how to pronounce each sound
then memorize as much vocab and affixes/particles etc that you can
doing so makes the next step a lot easier
once you are comfortable with a decent subset of words, you can start concentrating on how you put them together. It's a lot easier to read examples and practice if you already know the words, starting with grammatical rules then working your way back seems silly.

Just my two cents, anyway

Étienne:
Keep reading and Skype.

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